Purchased through the Annual Fund, new books in the library help bridge the gap for readers taking the leap from picture books to picture-less novels
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Now in her eighth year as a Pacific Assistance Dogs Society (PADS) handler, Grade 3 teacher Ms. Michelle Vally has helped to raise countless puppies and learned some important lessons along the way. What began as her own, independent service project evolved into a school-wide initiative.
The OE3 Program is designed for students to develop ecological intelligence, using a systems-based approach to learning. So how does our OE3 Coordinator make this happen?
When we teach kids refusal strategies - that they need many different ways to say no to sex - we are quietly telling them that a no is not a no at all; that a no is not enough.
Technology has allowed us to do wonderous things. It's a medium for connecting, creating, collecting, and consuming - but as our phones, computers, and tablets inch their way into our world, we have to intentionally work to bring balance into our adult lives and into lives of the children we care for.
Five CAS club leaders give us a glimpse at what it's like to be a member.